Movement - Poem by Christina Simmons
We saw each other once it had to be twice
Years in between have not changed a thing
Didn't stop to wonder
Would you still be interested?
Take care of our globe is it at all alike?
More and more each day
We're getting to know each other a little better
Good points and bad habits
Can we truly make it together?
Hold each other's hands enter our domain
Every once in a while
When we lose our balance
We'll be there to see the other through
With a smile that says all the way
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